Upper Limits Climbing Gym - Downtown STL, Maryland Heights & Chesterfield

St. Louis Birthday Party Venues

At Upper Limits, we know how to throw a party that ROCKS! In addition to an awesome climbing experience for birthday boys and girls of all ages, your party will include your very own party host(s), a private party room, pizza, cake, and, of course, lots of fun. 

Upper Limits has three locations in the St. Louis area, each offering something a little different. Our Chesterfield location features "Wacky Walls" – a whimsical room of climbing walls that look as if they popped out of a storybook – as well as climbing walls and bouldering areas for older kids and adults. Our other two locations, in Maryland Heights and Downtown St. Louis, offer a more traditional climbing experience, which is great fun for kids and adults of all ages.

Our goal is to make your child's birthday party as stress-free and enjoyable as possible. That's why each party has a "party host" solely dedicated to assisting your group. We'll even go as far as mailing out the invitations for you! So if you're looking for a party experience that requires little planning (or cleaning) on your part, that your child will be talking about for months, Upper Limits has the perfect party package for you. 

For more information, visit upperlimits.com/birthday-parties

 

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